The Wedding Night

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Til Death do us part?

The Wedding Night
By Christopher Michael Carter

Old wedding dress, pale skin
Relieve the stress
I’ll say it again
No need to ask about preferences
As long as the rigor mortis kicks in
I don’t know why
But when I’m with her I feel so alive

A wife to die for, I’d do it again in a heartbeat
Love of my life, believe me
Well spoken — true
She’d die for me
I don’t know why
But when I’m with her I feel so alive

And through all this coldness
Love at first sight
As soon as I raised her eye-lids
Stiffness runs through both of us
So in marriage we kept it in trust
The lust
The human body doesn’t rust
It tenses and clots
It’s best when they start to rot
It’s ripe
I don’t know why
When I’m with her I feel so alive

 

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